Hair accessories can be conveniently displayed by creating a standing or hanging holder. This guide is about making a hair bow organizer.
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A useful and pretty bow holder made of inexpensive, if not on-hand, scraps.
Approximate Time: 20 minutes
A framed hair bow board is just as easy to make and a little nicer-looking; I made a framed one for my niece, but don't have a picture of it now, sorry. If using a picture frame, assemble it without the glass or, if using cardboard, add a ribbon loop (glued to the back of the board) to hang the bow board up from. I simulated the loop style that is like the top handle to hang backpacks from.
Gift wrap. Optional: add one or more bows if you'd like to start or add to the recipient's hair bow collection.
Alternate board: Cut a monogram letter, star (or other shape), or an animal out of cardboard, then cover with fabric and add ribbon to hold hair bows!
Note: Quilted fabric or batting may be used for a fuller bow board, if desired.
By Erin R. from Seffner, FL
Any young girl would be proud to display her hair bows on this personalized bow holder. It's so quick and easy to make too!
Approximate Time: Less than 30 minutes
To assemble the holder, center the letters on the name plate strip and glue into place. Glue a bow to each side of the name. Next, glue the ribbon strips to the back of the name plate evenly spaced across the name plate. Glue a flower to each end of ribbon strips. Cut a 12 inch piece of ribbon and glue in place at top back of name plate for the hanger.
By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC
Sometimes you don't have to start from scratch just to repurpose an item. I rescued this paper towel holder from certain demise. A little scrubbing and varathane and I was set to add hair items and wrap up for Christmas. The good thing is they come in a variety of themes. I happened to find one for a friend with a cow. After adding the hair bands, it is the perfect place to keep all her hair stuff organized.
By Tedebear from San Jose CA
Use an old wooden frame with no glass. (I got mine at a garage sale for $1). Paint it to match the color of your child's room (great way to use up some old paint).
Next, staple ribbon in vertical strips to the back of the frame. Leave about 3/4 to 1 inch between the strips. When you turn it around, the front side of the ribbon should show. Hang on the wall at your child's height & she can clip on her own hairbows.
I used different widths of ribbon to accommodate different size hairbows.
By Mary in OH
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